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HIV Treatment Works, Says CDC

With the input of more than 100 people living with HIV, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) launched a new ad campaign today called “ 240 more words

A Possible End to AIDS

AIDS is a horrible illness that has claimed over 20 million lives since the epidemic began. It is the leading cause of death world-wide. While no cures are available, Executive Director of UNAIDS (the United Nations Programme on HIV and AIDS), Michel Sidibé has brought up a plan that he beleives will end its spread. 403 more words

Social Issues

MPs and Peers launch contaminated blood support YouGov poll and Inquiry

The All Party Parliamentary Group on Haemophilia and Contaminated Blood is made up of MPs and Peers who are committed “to promote awareness of, and campaign for, people with haemophilia and people infected with hepatitis C and HIV due to contaminated blood products used in their NHS treatment.” 94 more words


Screening of Positive Hell documentary in Marbella, October 5

Venue: Palace The Congress, Marbella.

Screen one:


Group F:

D1. Original title: Positive hell
Title in English: Positive hell
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Gay HIV positive teacher docked for having sex with 15-year-old boy in his mothers house

A woman thought her house was being burglarized when she saw a strange man in her home. The woman held him down until police arrived, only to find out that the man was a teacher, who just finished having sex with her teenage son. 121 more words


Meet HIV

Picture source: http://otakuunited.deviantart.com/art/Wonder-Woman-and-Batman-245922865

Here’s a cute pic of you two at Comic-con 2012 where you met! What happens at Comic-con stay at Comic-con. Right? Unless it’s HIV because that’s for life.  356 more words

Safe Sex

Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome: Back to School

September: Education

Aliases: AIDS

The 20th century was a veritable hit parade of medical breakthroughs: antibiotics were discovered in 1928, the polio vaccine was developed in 1952, and a suite of other vaccines were created that saved us from once life-threatening illnesses, such as rubella and tetanus. 785 more words